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Maharishi's Invincible Defence Technology creating a transition toward global peace
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13 January 2011
Groups of Yogic Flyers around the world are creating 'a time of awakening and transition', reported Col Chassé, International Deputy Minister of Defence for the Global Country of World Peace. He commented that 'the intelligentsia and decision-makers of our time in many countries are more and more questioning the value of war'. Now is the time, he said, to offer the programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, particularly Invincible Defence Technology.
The profound harmonizing influence of the Transcendental Meditation Programme and group practice of Yogic Flying have been demonstrated by numerous scientific research studies. These groups are 'powerhouses of coherence,' said Col Chassé.
The effectiveness of these programmes for the 'reduction of crime, violence, terrorism, international conflicts, and at the same time promotion of peace, international relationships, positive social and economical trends' have been demonstrated by approximately 50 field studies.
Large groups of Yogic Flyers around the world have been established to create this effect, he reported. (Please see Global Good News article: Groups of meditators supporting coherence and harmony worldwide.
Col Chassé concluded with a quote from the address on 12 January 2011 by Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, honoured by Maharishi as First Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace. 'Maharishi has given us the programme to make it happen and become true for all nations. There is one source of infinite peace, harmony, and invincibility. This we will use. The whole world is our undertaking. We will create a new destiny of mankind.'
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